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New Burda envelope patterns for fall-winter
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Date: 7/15/10 4:03 PM

I just discovered this page on the French burdafashion.com site (my new "home" Burda site since the English one got dumped). If it helps you can use a translator tool to read the details, but here's the link:

New fall-winter 2010-11 Burda envelope patterns

Off to investigate...

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Date: 7/15/10 4:12 PM

Thank you for the link. There are some nice clothes there.

I like this top:


I like the shaping from all the darts.

My dd would love some of those clothes too.

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Date: 7/15/10 4:22 PM

I just noticed this nice classic coat, in petite sizes (7483). The collar looks much bigger in the photo, but if it is oversized it could always be scaled down a bit:




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Date: 7/15/10 4:53 PM

I like most all of them (hammer pants excluded!). Wish we could order the euro versions without allowances easier and here in the U.S.

I wonder if someone from Simplicity (they distribute Burda...or at least used to do this) would know what happened to the english website?

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Date: 7/15/10 5:33 PM

Oh yay! The tech drawing for the lingerie pattern I liked in the preview is just as good! I'm buying 7418 the second it goes up on the German site for download. :)



Great seamlines on target="out">this jacket, too!



oh! cool back on this dress/shirt, AND it's got a cowl neck!



(dresscode - Simplicity and Burda have nothing to do with each other! ???)
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Date: 7/15/10 6:25 PM

I use this English Burda site: Burda in English

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Date: 7/15/10 7:18 PM

I like this one




and this is so wrong

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Date: 7/15/10 9:30 PM

I've been searching for a hoodie pattern that's a bit different from the typical zip-up style. I think 7433 could be really cute.

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Date: 7/15/10 10:29 PM

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I use this English Burda site: Burda in English

But that one's an archived (or what's the term, mirror?) site. It's old -- not being updated., so it doesn't have the fall collection on it and never will. Which is why I just use the French site now -- looks basically like the old English site... easier to use and more searchable than the German site.


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Date: 7/15/10 10:36 PM

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the lingerie pattern

I know this dates me, but the first thing I thought when I saw that lingerie pattern was what a beautiful slip it would make.

Wow, I didn't notice the short-sleeved version of that suit earlier -- I love it. Yes, great lines.

I really like this skirt (7435), and it comes in quite a huge range of sizes -- 36-50. (For me I would move the slit to the back and make a kick pleat, though):



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